Prospect Info: Bruins Prospects IX - Stay on Subject!

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  1. CDJ Registered User

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    From what I recall JFK is playing over there this year for personal reasons. I don’t think being away from home is an issue- he left his country long before he had to so he could play college Hawkey in Boston.

    I fully expect him to have an NHL career. Maybe here, maybe elsewhere
     
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    I agree that Frederic showed very little in his 15 games last year but I disagree on JFK. I thought he improved over his 28 games and was looking pretty comfortable towards the end of his stint.
    His 0.32 points/game was better than Kuraly, Backes, Wagner, Acciari, & Nordstrom -- and that's as a 22 year old rookie getting less than 12 minutes of ice time per game.
    He would probably be an upgrade to our 4th line right now but I am fine with him spending a year overseas and hopefully coming back when there is less of a logjam in the bottom 6.
     
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    Well played sir. Fighting is something I like to watch, having grown up with many kinds of martial arts. So I scour the web for that stuff. Here is two you may like. I think Semin (what a terrible name) could learn the body rotation from the first guy and his KO. The 2nd one is just funny and weird and of course russian. Semin may have a Pink belt in this style.



     
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    Is Pancrase still open palm strikes only? Maybe he can find a career there. (Jk, they're brutal as hell)
     
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    I didn't know Semin was a trained MMA fighter, he technique seems honed to a razor sharp cutting edge. Respect to Alex " the Seminator" Semin, after each beatdown of the likes of Ryan Reaves and Evander Kane Paul Heyman will announce his penalty in his best Brock Lesnar promo voice
     
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    Something I consider when seeing the Bruins Farm System trashed on HF and Twitter

    25 and under Defense

    Grzelcyk ~ 25
    Vaakanainen ~ 20
    Zech ~ 20
    Zboril ~ 22
    McAvoy ~ 21
    Carlo ~ 22
    Andersson ~ 19
    Clifton ~ 24
    Lauzon ~ 22

    Four played in the Stanley Cup Finals

    Also the center group size & age concerns

    Coyle 6’3” ~ 27
    Frederic 6’2” ~ 21
    Studnicka 6’2” ~ 20
    Beecher 6’3” ~ 18
    Kuraly 6’2” ~ 26

    They signed drafted players

    Steen ~ 21
    Shen ~ 20

    Brought in

    Gaunce ~ 6’2” ~ 25

    I get it I’m a baseball/football guy dragged into hockey by hockey loving parents - but they don’t look that old or small where it matters most - down the Middle
     
  7. Blowfish Win it for little Rusty!

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    Thanks for this DKH - as always, excellent insight.

    What's not to like...

    First off, it's near impossible for anyone to rank team prospect pools. Way too many factors to consider. What I can say with certainty is I like what the bruins have built for the future - an accumulation of bigger faster centers and the skilled speedy/intelligent Dmen.
     
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    People worry too much about what people think. I don’t pay attention to the so called experts. They know as much as we do when it comes to predictions. Stats are good but so isn’t the eye test. There is always surprises every year. Technically there shouldn’t be because of the so called experts know everything. I’ll take the local guy going to the minors and watching every game, instead of the guy across Canada trying to get clicks on his website. I’m ok with the prospect pool being low. They don’t need to fill a full team. They need a kid to make it here and there and keep the cycle going.
     
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    I worry about the playoffs. We need some skilled guy with grit and one who can bang. I think We will play Tampa and washington this year and Vegas. I love this team. I think we need some heavy players. I want the cup
     
  10. HustleB Cautiously Optimistic

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    That’s quite the prediction. :)

    I don’t disagree that the Bruins would face a more difficult road to the Finals if they earn there way there. I can’t wait to see what the season holds. I can’t remember being more enthusiastic at the beginning of a season.
     
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    Good luck finding a skilled guy with grit and phsicality. They are unicorns.
     
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    They are good

    They are balanced

    That’s what you want
     
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    Cup or bust. Can’t wait
     
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    Free-agent goalie Kyle Keyser impressing Bruins


    “He battles,” said Coach Bruce Cassidy. “It looks like he’s going to be a good one.”

    If everything goes according to plan this year for the Bruins, Kyle Keyser will not be seen anywhere near Boston when meaningful games are being played. The varsity goaltending is presumably in good hands with veterans Tuukka Rask and Jaroslav Halak this season.
    But if the 20-year-old Keyser, the free agent signee from the Oshawa Generals, continues to play like he has this preseason, it is not hard to picture him on Garden ice in the not-too-distant future.

    He relieved Maxime Lagace in the third period and stopped all 18 shots the Hawks threw at him. He exuded confidence, was efficient in his movements and made sure the Hawks were not getting the rebounds they were seeing earlier in the game.

    Whether he’s leapfrogged Vladar to be the prospect to share the net in Providence with Lagace or he heads to Atlanta in the East Coast Hockey League (if in fact the Bruins structure it that way) remains to be seen. But he says he’s ready for whatever plans the team has for him.

    “You always want to play at the highest level you’re able to,” said Keyser. “For me its just going in and putting in the work every single day, keep my head down and working hard, not saying much, just going in, put my time in and wherever the coaches and management feel I should be slotted, I’m going to go in and work hard and play my game. It doesn’t matter where you put me. I’m going to play my same game and I’m going to keep the puck out of the net. That’s my job.”
     
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    Lauko sent to Providence.
     
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    Cant wait for Lauko to season into a stud, finally get people to shut up about trading Vatrano
     
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    He also got into a fight in the game, so he's got a competitive drive. Didn't Lauko also give Jack Hughes the business in a tournament early this year?
     
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    Leuko with two goals and a fight the other night with the baby b’s
    Let’s see if he can make it a great season down in the farm
     
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    Amazing you can put together that list and it still doesn’t include The two kids who pulled hat tricks just yesterday and combined for 65 goals last year.
     
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    really disappointed with Senyshyn. this felt like a do or die camp for him and he was pretty invisible. not using the B word yet but it's definitely a bummer because what he projected to be (sort of a right handed Kreider) is something the Bruins really could have used
     
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    I don't see it that way. I'd say next year is his "do or die" camp.

    Now this is under the assumption that he goes back to Providence and is put into a Top 6 role + 1st team PP and PK. If he's back on a 3rd line, I'll start to sour on the potential of him being an NHLer.
     
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    Kuraly going be hear past Bergeron retirement? I see Bergy playing at 40 if health good. Certainly has skill set to play that long.
     
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    Sweeney admitted he learned a lot since the 2015 draft. Perhaps one of those lessons was to never draft a lesser player even if he fits better on your roster. Because senyshyns skill set was exactly the type of pro Boston needed/needs. But if he can’t play at the level then it doesn’t really matter that he’s a big fast right shot sniper
     
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    Senyshyn played well Saturday night ,he was on the 2nd PK unit,don't remember any PP time though
    He had 2 assists and was the primary engine on a third goal but didn't figure in the scoring
     
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